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jamalkoiyess

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I am a physics junior and I lately decided on a math double major. I found the topics and classes and interesting enough to do so. Now my prospective fields are either high energy physics or quantum information. And so I wanted to tailor my math electives to help me within these fields.

I will have to take: Linear algebra I, Analysis, Topology, Adv. Calc, Complex analsys, Adv. Probability and abstract algebra

I have to choose one of the following: Linear Algebra II, Advanced Topics in Algebra.

And three of the following:

Higher Geometry (Eucledian)

Differential geometry

Fourier analysis

Wavelets and appl.

Statistical interference

Applied probability models

Numerical computing

Number theory

Set theory

Numerical linear algebraThanks for the help!